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CJamerson1212

Recommendation for water pump

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I have a 98 Porsche Boxster that needs a new water pump. Any advice on brand or a good website to purchase one from would be greatly appreciated.

Thank you in advance

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Sunset is great. I’ve always had very good experiences with rmeuropean as well. The website will show you which parts are oem even if not Porsche branded. 

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Only buy an OE Porsche water-pump in a "Porsche" box. Sunset is a great vendor. Also a good time to replace the thermostat and flush the coolant. You'll need about 3 gallons of Porsche coolant and 3 gallons of distilled water.

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. . . . and you'll want to replace the hose clamps with Porsche part for any hose you disconnect. Any negative issues I've read have been when using non-Porsche clamps, but have never read anything negative when using Porsche clamps.

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